Consider making a donation to one (or all) of these Jewish charities that help fight hunger.
The original Tomche Shabbos now distributes meals to 600 families in Brooklyn.
City Harvest and other NYC food banks are providing kosher food to the growing number of food-insecure Jewish households this Thanksgiving.
If you’re wondering how to help, consider donating money (generally more helpful than donating food itself) to one of the following organizations.
At a benefit for pediatric cancer research, chefs including Zahav’s Michael Solomonov took to the stove to raise money.
We may go to the polls once or twice a year, but we vote with our money choices every day — and those money votes add up to determine the state of our communities, our nation and our world.
After prominent rabbis affixed a mezuzah at the front door of the Boro Park branch of Masbia, the soup kitchen finally opened its doors Wednesday and began serving meals.
Masbia Soup Kitchen Network, which serves meals to the needy in a restaurant-like setting, is having a cash-flow crisis while being fed promises.
What does a Brooklyn soup kitchen have to do with the blockbuster movie Twilight: Breaking Dawn? They share a china pattern.
One grandson arrived in our world just as Sandy was roaring up the coast. A year later, Jordan Micah can start baby steps toward making it a better place for all.